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Johnson Creek's Vea electronic cigarette kit

Discussion in 'All About Johnson Creek Juice' started by rasmith1959, Jun 18, 2013.

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  1. rasmith1959

    rasmith1959 Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Feb 15, 2013
    Guthrie, OK
    Just wanted to start this topic to meet other Vea users and to get your opinion of the kit.
  2. unIGIon

    unIGIon Full Member Verified Member

    Jun 4, 2012
    Been a Vea user for a couple weeks. So far I'm really happy with it. The cartomizers are pretty bad ..., horizontal bottom coil that won't burn any filler material. Tested to see how long the battery would last and got 3 days out of it which is awesome for a 650mah. guess it's because the voltage is so low. I contacted JC about the rev 3.0 cartomizers asking what's new and they replied,

    The new design improvements include:
    • Resistance changed from 1.8omhs to 2.0ohms
    • A new base metal for the threads that offers a more consistent connectivity with the battery
    • A slightly larger air passage opening at the base of the threads
    • A larger air “cavity” inside the threaded base
    • A slightly smaller diameter for the internal air tube
    • The “easy-off” tip has a slightly longer connection
    • Individually blister packed in-house at our facility in Hartland, WI
  3. rasmith1959

    rasmith1959 Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Feb 15, 2013
    Guthrie, OK
    After using the Vea for a couple of weeks, I've decided to switch to a APV tank system instead. So I went to a local B&M and bought a eGo C Twist with Kanger T3 tanks. I really like this set up as I can now vape for hours without having to change cartos or batteries. The nice thing is that with the T3 it's clear so I can see just how much juice is in the tank.

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